Up until a few years ago, it seems that a board could get away with not referencing the Utah statutes that apply to HOAs. Especially in non-condo HOAs, there just weren’t a lot of issues addressed by Utah law, except the procedural and corporate issues set out in the Nonprofit Corporation Act.
But today, the landscape is different. Many day to day issues, such as adoption and enforcement of rules, spending reserve money, records, providing payoffs, insurance, budgets, and so forth are now addressed in the law and their requirements are not optional. They must be followed or an association risks expensive litigation and other disputes, especially in today’s increasingly litigious climate for HOAs, where a technicality or trivial failure of association procedure can lead to a major and costly headache.
As part of Kimble Law’s commitment to provide real value to its clients and to help all community associations operate effectively and properly, we brings you a free app for your smartphone and tablet that provides quick reference to the laws that apply to your association.
Now the laws are available right in your pocket, no Internet connection required! The statutes are formatted and indented for easier reading than the state’s own website, plus search and bookmark functions make it much easier and quicker to use. Certain federal regulations applicable to HOAs, such as Fair Housing Act and satellite dish regulations are also included, together with summaries and explanations of those requirements.
Utah HOA Law App Now Available. Access the Web App online, or download the app to your mobile device today for free!
Click below or search Utah HOA Law in the Apple App Store or on Google Play.
Utah HOA Law for iPhone, iPod: